No more showing up to a game or concert and finding you have an obstructed view
Set your phone spinning – and show off the world in a new way
A web experiment with Google Maps shows what your block would look like if plants took over the world.
Taken from 20 stories up this photo details all of the buildings in the city.
Squito allows users to capture 360-degree air shots in dimly lit conditions.
The 360-degree, 320 mega-pixel photo is the largest panoramic image ever created.
Browse through the huts of famous explorers without leaving your home as the search giant applies their mapping tech to history.
The global campaign is aiming to collect enough content to create a massive panorama, while simultaneously raising money for the preservation of public lands.
Composed of 7886 high-resolution shots, the picture has a total size of 400,000 x 200,000 pixels, which is over 16,000 times bigger than an iPhone 4 photo.